Create your own personalized photo book by filling your Exposures photo album with the exact pages you need to display your picture collection. Rather than buying a generic album with a set number of pages that hold photos of one size, you can choose exactly how many of each page for each photo size go into your album. Choose from a variety of different pages that hold several different photo sizes as well as sheet protectors and oversized album pages for our extra-large photo books.
Photo Album Refill Pages
Go through your collection of family photos and count how many photos you have of each size before deciding which photo album pages to buy. We offer sets of pages for pictures of almost any size to allow you to create the custom photo book of your dreams. If you aren’t sure what you’ll need, you may want to opt for our pack of assorted photo pages, which contains a few pages for photos of each size. Begin with small 3-inch by 5-inch pages and move on to larger 4-inch by 6-inch photo album refill pages. Other options include 5-inch by 7-inch and 8-inch by 10-inch pages.
Oversized Photo Album Pages
Exposures oversized photo album refill pages are exactly like our other album pages, but they’re designed to fit inside our extra-large picture albums. Each page is made to hold more photos than the regular-sized pages. Some also include memo lines that allow you to write notes about each image directly in the album. Use these pages to store and display 4-inch by 6-inch photos as well as pictures of other sizes.
Don’t restrict yourself to photo slots at all by opting for a pack of photo sheet protectors for your album. These Mylar® sheets are designed to look similar to a scrapbook page and allow you to adhere your images to them in any way you like. You can also store non-photo images and documents alongside your pictures to create a multimedia display. Write directly on the pages themselves to display information about each image and add interesting notes to the display. Make sure to use photo-safe ink and adhesives when putting together your pages.